Come to see – knit version of Bear Hooded Cardigan is now available!

Knit Bear Cub Hooded Cardigan - knit pattern by Mon Petit Violon

I’ve been working on knit version of my crochet Bear Hooded Cardigan for some time now. It is done and you can get a pattern if you like, and I hope you do! 🙂

It turned out pretty similar, though for this version I used bulky weight yarn. It works up really quickly and is so so soft and cozy. It is an easy pattern, has many helpful photos and is written for six sizes – from 0 up to 10 years.

I hope you will love it and will enjoy it as much as I did.

Today you can get the pattern for special price in all Mon Petit Violon shops! Don’t miss it out!


Knit Bear Cub Hooded Cardigan - knit pattern by Mon Petit Violon Knit Bear Cub Hooded Cardigan - knit pattern by Mon Petit Violon


Vita Apala

Hello! I am a designer behind Mon Petit Violon brand. In this little space of mine I share unique, beautiful and inspiring projects and patterns. I am an author and recently my first book "Super Cute crochet for Little Feet" was released in UK, Germany, France, Estonia an other countries! US version is coming out in March. I was born in Riga, Latvia, but currently living in Italy with my husband and our two kids. I truly believe that crochet (and other crafts as well) make the world a better place!

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  1. Yesterday I started the Chantilly Lace Sundress. I believe the third row is wrong. The instructions say single crochet picture shows double crochet.
    What is right? I am making it now and using the dc.
    Please let me know.
    I like your ideas. They are very cute.

    1. I am sorry it took me so long. If you have questions, please, email me directly or through Etsy or Facebook page, because I don’t always receive notifications about comments on blog. The third row is correct, you have to work sc and the picture shows sc as well. In previous row you worked clusters and maybe that’s why it’s confusing, but Row 3 is definitely sc. Hope this helps.

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